Eyeforce is a video production company with roots in the action sports industry.
Our team of creatives, directors, cameramen, editors and motion graphic designers are passionate about delivering high value productions.
Eyeforce produces films, TV series, web content and commercials for a large variety of clients.
We believe that good things are created by people who love what they do.
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We work for renowned advertising agencies to shoot TV commercials. TV commercial for chewing gum brand Sportlife | France
We work closely with preferred photographers and music producers. Photo: Tommy'n'Lance
Our office is based on a lighthouse ship in Amsterdam.
Eyeforce also has an office in Cape Town. Our Dutch crew spends the winters there to shoot extreme sports, fashion, and commercials. Photo: Forward (Youri Zoon) | Cape Town
Sometimes you need a little upgrade...
We are stoked with our new SPL underwater housing for our Red Dragon.
What happens on Necker Island doesn't stay on Necker Island. For our new kiteboard movie Chapter One we visited Sir Richard Branson on his private island in the Caribbean. We shot a scene with Nick Jacobsen jumping from the jacuzzi into the ocean and the news went viral. More scenes from Necker Island will be shown during our world wide cinema premieres in March 2016.
This year we teamed up with Red Bull to produce the live steam for the Megaloop Challange.
Hop on or hop over! Yesterday we shot a red bull wakeboard project in the Red Light District of Amsterdam. Marc Kroon jumped over this canal cruiser with lots of style! Great photo by jarnoschurgers.
Video soon to be released.
For FSX we traveled to the busy and crowded New York.
We are setting up a project with Jean-Marc Johannes. A very talented rider who has got a great view on skateboarding and a story to tell.
If you ain't Dutch you ain't much! Hands down for our friends Kevin Langeree Ruben Lenten and Steven Akkersdijk who put their lives on the line to get a spot on the podium. Eyeforce was there to capture some of the sickest action ever seen in the history of kiteboarding.
Here is a little clip about our water housing test at Llandudno, Cape Town.
60 cameras in a 180 degrees circular rig, and a Phantom camera on a cable system.... thats nothing short of a D.O.P. heaven. This project allowed us to rent the Thialf stadium and build 2 amazing camera rigging systems, all for one aim, to provide coach Jac Orie with new insights into the human kinetics of speed skater Kjeld Nuis.
The 60 camera's were rigged to provide a 180 degree view at a single moment in time. This is how it works: Kjeld Nuis would skate underneath the bow with 60 cameras, and trigger a laser which in turn set off the 60 cameras at the same time. These 60 images would then be instantly mashed together to create a 'bullit time' effect... Remember that scene in the Matrix?
Second was the cable cam. At 45 kilometers per hour we flew a phantom camera shooting up to 1000 fps above the Speed skater. Never before was an ice skater filmed from this angle with a high speed camera. This provided footage that could be used for mathematical calculations that would identify point for improvement.
Photography duo Tommy N' Lance and Eyeforce teamed up to shoot the 2015 winter campaign for Barts. The plan was to go to France, but 1 day before the shoot we had to change the destination because of a lack of snow. Norway looked most promising and previous shoots for Brunotti and sportlife in Norway had deliverd beautifull imagery.
Every winter we head down to Morocco to enjoy the endless surf, steaming tajine and worldclass hasj. Normally we head down to Taghazout. Our friend Said has a big house and his wife cooks a big Tajine every day. we spend our days in the water and the nights on the rooftop terrace overlooking the ocean and the ancient looking village.
After shooting the Dutch mysteryland aftermovie with a team of 25, only 2 of us went to Chile to capture this amazing event. Armed with a red epic, an fs700 on steadycam an the help of a local Chilean crew. The Chilean party spirit is unlike something we have ever experienced before
Filming with Ruben Lenten during an epic storm on 5.12.13. Up to 75knots!
Weather forecasters had issued red weather warnings and counselled to stay inside. You couldn’t warn Ruben for anything on a day like this. He went to the beach with his kite and run in to the water. Ruben was in there for a while and made some spectacular high jumps. This was unbelievable cool! What a legend!